IWC Men’s IW504207 Portuguese Tourbillon Mystere Watch Review

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At first sight, you will see that it is easy to fall in love with the IWC Men’s IW504207 Portuguese Tourbillon Mystere Watch.

This handsomely crafted timepiece has a scratch resistant sapphire, anti glare window that covers an easy to view gray analog display, it also includes a unique transparent sapphire case back to display the inner workings of the quality that goes into this series of tourbillion watches.

The face of this handsome watch displays Arabic numerals, with the power reserve displaying at 3 O’clock, a small second hand section displays at 9 O’clock and the skeletonized tourbillion at 12 O’clock, making this a watch definitely worth looking into.

The rotor has an 18 ct. yellow gold medallion with IWC automatic movement and the IWC Men’s IW504207 Portuguese Tourbillon Mystere Watch also includes a 7 day power reserve.

The craftsmanship of this watch is quickly recognized when wearing this great timepiece as the 22 millimeter wide brown alligator leather band is well secured to the 18 kt. white-gold 44.2 millimeter diameter case, and having a fold over clasp saves wear and tear on the band while making it a snap to put it on or take it off.

With a stationary 18 kt. white-gold bezel and an over-all case thickness of 14.2 millimeters, this watch is very solid which is easily noticed by the weight of the watch, which is not too heavy, but at the same time, nice and solid.

The IWC Men’s IW504207 Portuguese Tourbillon Mystere Watch is also water resistant to 99 feet (30 M) depths.

While there are many other tourbillion watch models, this unique model is a limited edition watch with only 250 manufactured.


Source by Mike Hutcheson